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Aug 11, 2013 5:00am PDT
excited to come into the bay area community. >> you have been quite busy. tell us what has happened in the last couple of weeks. you told us that you were quite busy with what is going on. >> this has been an intense time, not only in the glide community, the san francisco area, larger bay area, but also our nation. we have been at the forefront of conversations concerning everything from issues of marriage equality -- >> uh-huh -- with doma and prop 8 to reflexes on challenges -- reflection, and the trial on george zimmerman. we have announced the importance of thinking about justice and standing up and having serious conversations about tough issues. >> where has that taken you in the community? to speak in different engagements and different community gathering? >> absolutely. these conversations have taken us to the streets which is where glide loves to be, right in the community. >> uh-huh. >> from protests and rallies to demonstrations to town hall gatherings. we have found ourselves right in the thick of the conversation. and we have done so as a glide community with great jo
Aug 4, 2013 5:00am PDT
for inviting me. >> father is going to tell us about the traditional latin mass today when is also known as extraordinary of the roman right and the trinity mass. let's start by giving our viewers an idea of what the latin mass is and a little of the history. >> for most of the history of the church, the mass was celebrated in latin after the early centuries was and then greek. and what latin became the dominant language of the western world, then the scriptures were transcribed into lasttown and that was used exclusively till 1964 in the language of the mass. and then the right, of course, developed over the many centuries beginning with the last supper, of course. and then the church became recognized and the church developed more and more and it developed into what we know as the latin right. at the time of the -- it put together the definitive form of latin mass. and that was used to 1950s and then that the second vatican counsel. and there was a reform called for by the council that was imply implemented. some of us remember the changes. >> some you remember the changes. it was afte
Aug 25, 2013 5:00am PDT
>>> hello and welcome to mosaic. information is all around us, the good, the bad. we know how much evil there is in the world, some of it right under our noses. today among the leading stories of the boston marathon bombings and other sad circumstances. we are going to talk about trafficking, human trafficking, and how it goes on right here. we have an expert who feels unfortunate to know so much about it. thanks so much. >> thank you. >> i foe -- know you know a lot because you didn't bring any notes. so where do two people begin talking about trafficking? >> i think we begin by saying it's really a global issue. it takes place in every country in the world, in the united states, in all of our cities and probably in our neighborhood. >> could be within blocks of us here today. >> it could be. it is estimated as many as 27 million people, men, women and children. it's estimated there are more women and children because of gender and equality in our world, but men, women and children. it has many faces around the world. >> who are they? >> it can be children that end up being forced
Aug 18, 2013 5:00am PDT
>>> good morning. welcome to mosaic. we are part of a con that encourages us to live life to the fullest and pursue the pursuit of happiness. but we have people that are suffering and in fact take their own lives because they struggle with their lives themselves. this is eve meyer, the executive director of the san francisco's suicide protection to help us have a difficult discussion about suicide. why do people kill themselves? >> people that kill themselves are in pain. they are in intolerable pain of one kind or another. and in the united states, we have the luxury that is primarily emotional pain. other countries it may be economic. it may be physical pain because of the health system has collapsed. it may have to do with shame. in the united states, we have those forms of pain. we have families that run out of money and call and said i'd rather be dead than homeless. and we have people that are in physical pain and decide to end their lives. and we have shame. we have children that are bullied and who die of shame. but primarily it's emotional pain and that's what we
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